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A Ferocious Opening Repertoire-Cyrus Ladawala - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. A Ferocious Opening Repertoire chess- Cyrus Lakdawala - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. chess. A Ferocious Opening Repertoire covers all of Black's main defences against possible white openings.
I had just finished my first book for Everyman Chess on the London System, when lohn Emms asked if I wanted to do a second book - on the Veresov. Apparently he had seen several of my games with the Veresov in the database. There was only one problem: John had been looking at my younger brother Jimmy's games. The database had inadvertently posted many of Jimmy's games under my name. Jimmy had played the Veresov in the 80's and had long since retired from tournament play to become a captain of industry, running our family business. I, on the other hand, had not played a single Veresov In my life.
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Chess Opening Essentials: Indian Defences, Vol. After all, with 1 d4 and 2 Nc3 White violates one of the biggest taboos in chess, which is don't block your c-pawn with your knight in a Queen's Pawn opening.
What never occurs to Veresov naysayers is the fact that White isn't trying for C4, but Instead plays for e4! Diehard Veresovers like Jimmy knew better. He would heap poetic praise; upon his beloved opening. Not wishing to hurt the lad's feelings.
I indulged him by nodding politely, coughing, looking up at the ceiling and whistling through my teeth, holding back any criticism of his favourite opening. Of these, 20 are from the past 5 years, feature games by elite players. This includes Caruana and Carlsen handling the White pieces in 7 games, and 4 games by the author himself. The games are all annotated, but not too heavily, with citations appended to variations covered.
I have found this at times helpful serving as a memorable image or memory marker , but in some of his books the references are so frequent and obtuse that it makes for an unenjoyable read. Thankfully, in this book he seems to keep these tendencies in check and balances the poetic prose with more pragmatic analysis and straightforward chess advice.
Covering an entire repertoire for 1.
Although some complex lines are featured such as the Frankenstein-Dracula variation, one of my favorites , the ideas and rationale behind these choices are made clear. Often this is done with call-out boxes in which a question that a reader might ask is posed, which Lakdawala promptly and clearly answer.
A nice example of this is the following excerpt from game 12, Caruana vs Radjabov, — which features the same opening, 1. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 g6, as played in game 1 in the Caruana vs. Carlsen match.
Bxc6 Question: Is it wise to trade on c6 without provocation? Answer: By doing so White inflicts some structural damage on Black in return for handing over the bishop pair. It is a popular strategy in the Rossolimo and my personal preference here over either 4.
O-O or 4. Answer: It kind of is, but I would remind you that Black does this routinely in the normal Exchange Ruy Lopez, in order to free the c8-bishop. Next game we look at 4…bxc6. Then 5…Bg7 6. Nbd2 Bg7 7.
Nxf3, Black has freed his position, at the cost of returning the key asset of the bishop pair. I prefer White here, since we keep our structural edge and give up nothing for it. Answer: It is more to cover White against annoying …Ng4 ideas.